The National Credit Union Administration took control of a Brooklyn, N.Y., credit union on Saturday, saying the institution's board failed to perform its fiduciary duty.

The NCUA took Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union under conservatorship. The $594 million-asset credit union is financially strong, and its 45,000 members will be able to conduct business as usual with it, the agency said.

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